"Smarter" women have more fun in bed than the average girl, scientists revealed.
A study of 2,000 female twins revealed that those with a high emotional intelligence (EI) had more orgasms.
The findings suggest a low EI — the ability to manage feelings — could be linked to common sexual problems.
In the study, three out of ten women had trouble reaching a climax.
Women in the bottom 25 percent of the EI range had twice the normal risk of infrequent orgasm. Experts hope the findings could improve sex therapies.
“EI seems to have a direct impact on women’s sexual functioning by influencing her ability to communicate her sexual expectations and desires,” said Andrea Burri, the study’s co-author who is from King’s College London.